As you may have noticed, there is no contact form on this site. Emails sent to me via the contact email address will be deleted upon the conclusion of our business. If you would like to encrypt your email to me you may do so using my public key.
All content on ChrisWiegman.com is derived from my own opinion and experience. These opinions and experiences are neither endorsed by nor reflect the policies or opinions of any company or organizations at which I am either employed at or otherwise affiliated with.
I may participate in affiliate programs. Some links on this site are displayed as part of affiliate programs for which I am compensated should a click on the link result in a purchase of the product or service in question. Note that I only use affiliate programs for products and services I currently use or have used myself and can recommend to the public in good faith. Your mileage may vary.
While this site is in no way designed to make me rich, it does however have the requirement of being, at a minimum, financially self-sufficient. My efforts to make it so do not however reflect in the opinions I express.
Guest Posting Policy
Sorry, this is my personal site. I do not accept guest posts.
Images on this site come from a few sources. Primarily I use Dreamstime, Depositphotos and iStock Photo where I either pay for the rights to use many of the images on this site or utilize images provided for free with the appropriate license. In other cases, particularly in product reviews, I use logos for products and organizations found on their websites and used under Fair Use.
If you find an image on this site that you feel shouldn’t be here please contact me and I will take care of it.
As for the design of the site itself, inspiration came from a few places. The idea of an archive site and homepage layout was taken from Aral Balkan. Most of the rest of the layout is from the Ezhil Hugo theme which is also what I used as a base for the markup itself. This WordPress theme was ported from the Hugo version of my site when I moved it back to WordPress.